SEMA 2014 Day Two
Wednesday and day two of the show has ended. At this point we’ve crawled all over every cool car, checked out our favorite new products, and said hello to all of our friends in surrounding booths. I decided to start hitting the surrounding halls to look for some hidden gems around the show.
While posting photos on the go to our Instagram page I almost passed right by this beautiful 1950 Chevy COE custom flatbed in the official SEMA artist, Max Grundy’s booth. This bad boy ticks all the boxes for a classic truck fan with its low stance and clean body! For us it’s the left-field vehicles like this that makes walking SEMA so exciting.
Earlier this week we held metal shaping tech demos with Ron Covell and Gene Winfield. Even with little advertisement our booth was full of eager DIY guys and gals ready to learn. Gene and Ron gave the crowd a crash course in all things involving moving metal and held a lengthy QA at the end where each person got a detailed answer to their question. There were some great questions and we even came out of the short 1 hour class with a page of notes! It really is crazy how much knowledge can be crammed into a short class like this!
We’re just getting into the thick of the show so stay tuned for more updates and don’t forget to follow the live coverage on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!